The tertiary education programme ERASMUS is one of the European Union’s major success stories. It covers several programme lines that promote transnational mobility among students, university lecturers and staff within Europe.
The European Commission has awarded the ERASMUS CHARTER for Higher Education 2014-2020 to the Brandenburg Medical School.
Group of countries with high cost of living (Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom): monthly mobility allowance of EUR 300 in 2016/17
Group of countries with medium cost of living (Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey): monthly mobility allowance of EUR 240 in 2016/17
Group of countries with low cost of living (Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Rumania, Slovakia, Rumania, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia): monthly mobility allowance of EUR 180 in 2017
(All data and information is subject to change and conditional on financial allocation by the EU Commission.)
Even students who are not recipients of funding under the Federal Education Assistance Act (BAföG) may apply for Auslandsbafög for their study period abroad. Different conditions apply for partial studies and full-time studies abroad. Funding is available for study periods abroad which take place in the context of full-time studies in Germany. There is no time limit for such stays within the European Union. The maximum funding period for study periods outside the EU is one year, and two and a half years for specific reasons.